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Mayor Bloomberg Welcomes 2004 Olympians And Paralympians To New York City
 
Mayor Bloomberg today welcomed more than forty Olympians and Paralympians - including many gold, silver and bronze medalists - to New York City, hailing them as "heroes" and "an inspiration to our children and all New Yorkers."  New York City's Welcome Rally was held at the A. Philip Randolph High School in Upper Manhattan, and celebrated the United States' strong performance in Athens this summer.  At today's event, Mayor Bloomberg promised the athletes that he would do everything within his power to bring the Olympic Games to New York in 2012.  

Mayor Bloomberg today welcomed more than forty Olympians and Paralympians - including many gold, silver and bronze medalists - to New York City, hailing them as "heroes" and "an inspiration to our children and all New Yorkers."  New York City's Welcome Rally was held at the A. Philip Randolph High School in Upper Manhattan, and celebrated the United States' strong performance in Athens this summer.  At today's event, Mayor Bloomberg promised the athletes that he would do everything within his power to bring the Olympic Games to New York in 2012.
Mayor Bloomberg today welcomed more than forty Olympians and Paralympians - including many gold, silver and bronze medalists - to New York City, hailing them as "heroes" and "an inspiration to our children and all New Yorkers."  New York City's Welcome Rally was held at the A. Philip Randolph High School in Upper Manhattan, and celebrated the United States' strong performance in Athens this summer.  At today's event, Mayor Bloomberg promised the athletes that he would do everything within his power to bring the Olympic Games to New York in 2012.
Mayor Bloomberg today welcomed more than forty Olympians and Paralympians - including many gold, silver and bronze medalists - to New York City, hailing them as "heroes" and "an inspiration to our children and all New Yorkers."  New York City's Welcome Rally was held at the A. Philip Randolph High School in Upper Manhattan, and celebrated the United States' strong performance in Athens this summer.  At today's event, Mayor Bloomberg promised the athletes that he would do everything within his power to bring the Olympic Games to New York in 2012.
Mayor Bloomberg today welcomed more than forty Olympians and Paralympians - including many gold, silver and bronze medalists - to New York City, hailing them as "heroes" and "an inspiration to our children and all New Yorkers."  New York City's Welcome Rally was held at the A. Philip Randolph High School in Upper Manhattan, and celebrated the United States' strong performance in Athens this summer.  At today's event, Mayor Bloomberg promised the athletes that he would do everything within his power to bring the Olympic Games to New York in 2012.
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